Pitchers Hit Eighth Podcast – Episode 7.0: “That’s about as house money as house money gets, isn’t it?”

by on October 4, 2011 · 1 comment

Eric Seidman from the Phillies blog Brotherly Glove joins us to discuss the already completed games, and those yet to come, in the National League Division Series with the Phils.

Our chat with Eric included many topics about both the Phillies and the Cardinals, including a review of games one and two, a preview of game three and the remainder of the series.  We then went on to talk a bit about some specifics from both teams: the difference between Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels, the Cards’ bullpen, should Kyle Lohse have pitched to Ryan Howard, and the health of Matt Holliday.

Josh and I also had our own discussion touching on defining roles in the Cardinal bullpen, Jaime Garcia in a potentially must win (?) game three, Dave Duncan, and Ryan Theriot being successful (yeah, that’s right).

(Portions were recorded with Josh on an open-air mic and me on a wireless connection, so apologies for some static and skips.  It sounds like auto-tune in the opening!  One of these times we will both get in a sound booth and put together a finished product for you folks.)

Please give a listen, tell your friends, e-mail us at podcast@pitchershiteighth.com and keep reading.

Thanks again to Star Off Machine for providing our music for this episode, follow them on Twitter @STOFMA.  They’re currently working on a new album, please support them!


The Pitchers Hit Eighth Podcast is an irregularly recorded show featuring discussion about all aspects of the St. Louis Cardinals organization, hosted by Nick and Josh from Pitchers Hit Eighth.  Occasionally, they will be joined by an interesting guest.

You can follow @PitchersHit8th (Nick) and @aprfool79 (Josh) on Twitter.

If you have questions you’d like to be answered on the podcast, you can email podcast@pitchershiteighth.com, contact either via Twitter, or use the contact form.

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Writing about the Cardinals and other loosely associated topics since 2008, I've grown tired of the April run-out only to disappoint Cardinal fans everywhere by mid-May. I do not believe in surrendering free outs.
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